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this course we've been doing business as well for the last 2 and a half years now and entertainment and complement audience be presume that you know what it is that we need to do I just want to begin with a short saying how many people have a lot of the phrase digital media but what it's a lot of men and women encounter digital made using often you heard about it and they give me a blank look it's going to make conditions conventions of because we're not using holidays is really sure what it is that digital media is there a lot of examples that we have of what would be the the need to be done and I'm sure you'll be able to give you many of them throughout yesterday and perhaps in the morning the what about how digital images of log actually going to from the blogging is now 20th century and the degree of digital images used Twitter digital images of evolution these and so on and so forth but what we really wanted to explore what's the possibility of looking at but it makes me on the traditional and understood the meaning of political so
and let's begin with this peculiar form of techno social identity of the digital media which is organized quality in what we call a binary file on the 1 hand the digital media is a global citizen he or she can make it to millions of people on the Internet work exactly the same thing with the kind of man and and on the other hand go didn't need use all this circumscribed by geography that they have in the particular context within those societies within their cultures within the nation states and that is that the combined which is operating on the definition and understanding of what it is that you need to do is to make my point would have made it clear on the 1 hand you're supposed to be hybridity toward you you're not supposed to be bounded by we hw your skin color your land it's your nationality your face a religion and so on at the same time the only data that you have in your was adjusted online to do any kind of intervention is indeed the fact that you i belonging to a particular nationality that you have a language that you speak which was an insider was located within a body and geography so it's not as if admittedly metaphors in either or category but that the bound together within this double binary which perhaps it's interesting to follow a similar kinds of things that have cropped up actually then
you're talking about digital is established by the of expectation and anxiety so I'm going to begin by looking at a very very because the definition of what a digital media is marked in the was in the military he claims that he coined the term digital major things that anybody who who was born after 1980 is the digital media which means that the order stated you has now turned total and the youngest 1 has not yet been born because he or she is still a fetus was now being digitized sonograms mammograms and what have you you all the there is a certain within my reach the digital natives who are logically younger part of the population bound thinking the notion of expectation and anxiety and what I want to do for you is the 1st list of the most common expectations and anxieties about of of which are kind of it's around the discourse analysis we made use of let's begin with the
fact that this is the dumbest generation on either the anybody in the audience who agrees with this formulation thank you is that anybody who was hard about this before this particular lament that young people under longer thinking that we seem to be introducing a lot of people who were just consuming and doing nothing in honor of modelling actually wrote a book by the dumbest generation in 2007 that he talks about how we are now producing the generation that has forgotten how things that are linked into hyperlink quality can do this source quality control is reflected in each other's hearts and opinions without analyzing about it right this is the number 1 anxiety that perhaps the balanced everybody including professors in academia researchers political governors and so on and so forth the 2nd anxieties about how this is a major that and it didn't that this is not surprising that didn't know within the language of Internet users that has always been the presumption that there is something to be true and of like about the internet you know about the use of cinema have begun in we'll find that meaning and a hard about users of green technologies to call them but find but when we talk about people who use technology that addicted to digital technologies and the users of Internet technology that that is certainly my its anybody who uses excessively these digital forms is immediately to the point is that it and on a formulation that allows now analysis very basic ATV a country like China to start Internet rehabilitation centers for young people so that in 2009 there was a very peculiar case in China but youngster creative thinking world of warcraft of and and then once you displayed famous for about 36 hours at a stretch and then climbed on building and jumped down because he was difficult lies following the scientists on the Internet rehabilitation centers that you would know disconnected and physically punished in order to show of the usage of Internet technology that on the other talking about how we didn't need you then have also been just this is naturally very you from about 6 or 7 years of discourse about of school notes from around the world that in the young people who played video games had access to the constant ammunition and invented the school in charge of the police and detail so that is the thought and formulation of the digital media with addicted and dangerous which is also on the way to invoke the following idea of chart is using the copy this for the 1st element anybody would distort on anybody who has been a student in the last 10 years has been looked upon with suspicion that Nigeria saying you they did you get this particular information from all of and there is of course the emergence of Wikipedia and now we have 2 kinds of what instructions that people who submitted by the Wikipedia and there are people who say had active but the ones that act other people constantly complain that nobody seems to do manually generated anymore that we live in a world where digital copies are so easy to make and there is no no distinction between the original and the duplicate that young people are constantly reproducing that introducing something themselves next anxieties about the ways of screening just help people seen the movie what he was he yeah a lot of you double the apocalyptic picture that what he has said that people will sit on couches and can interact with each other only from mobile interfaces or screens is something that has always been a better for a lot of social assistance topology that is saying that yeah no longer even teenagers with the maintenance people who was sitting in the audience who cannot look at me but only the the screen or the laptop all the right I words and what have you that there is a certain anxiety about human relationships in human communications deteriorating as if there is no need for human Dutch anymore that quality do I don't that sort think of basically looking at that time those in the last
1 consensus about the fact that digital media seemed to be devoted to save the ratification of an extraordinary of that while they might be spending a lot of time on grounding of of a fairly highly celebrated at the end of the day it was related a logical of what I had for breakfast in the morning right that there seems to be this and syndrome of mind-boggling my space so this is my visitors visit I have created and it has no to need to my gratification my expectation from life so the notion of entertainment and information exchange social networking and so on so the list of anxiety of and the last of course is that digital images of the incident to them said because in 2001 on a large part of the population is going to move along the Indian students or tutors that they're going to fly universities both sources political organizations and governments across the world and then what are you going to do with these young people who apparently had grown up with these kinds of disorders produced by the internet so this kind of anxiety which have been very popular
all of this particular thing also see the digital natives talking about using technology from there then I want to move on to a slightly happier picture perhaps because the problem I think in terms of expectations which set of digital media is 1 of the
1st thing that comes up is the whole notion of freedom of the Internet was supposed to say that thing and it was supposed to cure every evil that was in the war on the internet like every other technology was supposed to make use of that were involved the use of more than just a beauty pageant quotient right but it's not something walk down the tree and then there is a sort of vision of the fleet that means that confused on it is free as in the thing that you do something for me for free and I will do it for you and you will be appointed there is of course free as in free in terms that we are indeed now free and liberated from certain chapters of I don't know what the common demons selecting Microsoft is a newly-built economy that's a google it and then you will be bad roof and so on and so forth that this television of freedom mitigate the easy touted when talking about young people and the expectations about the
2nd in the morning skate but has is that of tolerance if anybody has been part of the discussion forums online or if you look at different ways in which people interact you basically ended by saying that will coexist intolerance nodding acceptance but tolerance this is a new political correctness citizen was 1 like that you are wrong and I wrong and so that would be on together instead of setting up a negotiation reported dialog what eventually have is this compromise of tolerance that I can tolerate that you wouldn't idiot and you will probably be depend stupid and that it would interact with each other at that level right so that is very that particular problem of which comes in on the next 1 is about velocity and it's just point then how many in the audience to clearly harmonies institution that the agency people from easier for the so I don't know that's diverse so that we should be salivating radiation becoming in speaking to you later OK just just under investigations but the thing is that there is this sort of exotic size variation often information society that if you would like to introduce yourself is outside of the mainstream as outside of somebody who does not exactly belong to you as somebody who is just different enough to talk to you in your language then that person becomes accepted in that particular community so that is suddenly died never in the about the role of the Government of the Russian about other than that of the sun and tends to write you there is only diversity as much as people online or by the US different and that this kind of diversity needs to be questioned more intuitive justice television that happens when the talking about digital natives of a certain kind the the next thing is about collaboration and participation I think a lot has been said about collaboration I think a lot of it is interesting in terms of what it does in challenging the intellectual property rights regimes that you establish and what a lot of the corporate conglomerates and trying to quantify right now that there is a certain value wants to collaborative knowledge and the wisdom of the crowds but I don't know anybody who has taught undergraduate students and wouldn't the you can really be spared the wisdom of the crowds so I'm not particularly sure how much value that is in it and then it has to be taken at face value that everything that is crowdsourced is going to be important is going to be these the fractal and the more intelligently of producing knowledge and not particularly sure we had an excellent presentation yesterday about this talk about how the internet creates an illusion of participation and actually participation itself and this is the kind of questions which we are trying to deal with and I'm going to give you of the case studies eventually want to try giant all happy picture as a quantity to the bleakness that I'm drawing right now so what will on issues in a kind of the future of the Internet just 1 4 1 minutes so the next thing I want to talk about is the overwhelming sense of engaged social transformation which is to wind up on digital images and it's not a new phenomenon with every new technology in the history of the world that has always been a certain kind of expectation is put upon the you was going to be the torchbearer of technologies and was going to set up the cure the use of the voice so that if we look at the history of evolution in almost any civilization realized that young people have used different technologies to make social transformations available for the immediate context right so that's not new what is new is this pressure to be also globally viable at every single time make an intervention so that when you're making an intervention at a small scale that will you not you making something significant if that is the internet has brought to the fore this seductive thing the production of a large number of they should not have a million followers who not Internet good that he should not have been thousand people participating in your point and it's not usually on of it's basically if the product of some sort of the other so the title benefit look at these kinds of pressures which come up on the digital media and realized that
In all of these things that is 1 thing which is missing which is that still don't have a definition of what it is you need know is that when I set out with the question of saying what is it that need to I'm going to digital media is the digital media was but what you have a list of litany of things that people do what is expected of them would have been societies which we have around them but nobody really giant result what is digital native and this is the point of entry for the book that we are doing right now and it is from these particular point that's it I want to give out about 3 case studies which look at pranksters
investors and clowns developed new forms of digital images which I'm most familiar to most that digital natives of pranksters because the vandalism video piracy Bigelow had the crack and government systems they pranks and you'll have to much much larger there on the 2nd about how beautiful it is just that they perform and the entity that can make what possible personal things in the life and yesterday there apparently the Germans have been doing it since a long time in public being is this is a student yesterday but also that there is a certain way by which this is a technology which due to down which allows to do what you was performances of certain kinds and makes you into gestures and clowns at the end of the day on that stories around each of them that I want to see a new political emerging so from public opinion
yesterday to think to the campaign the story from India big business phenomenon actually got a lot of coverage of something like so I just wanted to know if it has if anybody's from this particular campaign online learning to use of media has anybody heard of that being said the campaign on is in the words here OK good when when the when solutions of the is that in the words for finding out in India and at the beach and the campaign was 1 of the most successful in digital images can be in that started last year it does not usually talk about politics in the very the hell understood to politics in the traditional sense and this is the story in the only in 2009 there was a bunch of datamining activists who decided to beat up the men who want to Bob's or parts of smoke of interest includes because these women and additional and culture on source close the decided that the immunity of doing things and the the 11th and changes of us think that the united in any way of doing things 1st public and to make sure that the available in the dialog which is amenable to this hooligans who or what the right wing government party in the state could could not got the city of Bangalore living on the got the initial reaction of course from the press from the media was 1 of shock and horror but that was not too much better about after the firing media coverage there and the news was cool there was nothing interesting happening there that makes me making was that will even sort of decided that if they found a couple of leading 1 Valentine's that when do we get them forcibly managed they had been going on the eastern is defined by good beating it's the label undergoing exhibited unavoidable but is defined what a boy and a girl and they and the materials so these are the kinds of of the change of which by by this that I think government was trying to to impose a certain lightening fundamentalists who can is going to come out of a bad form of politics in the city of a lot of women's groups try to mobilize awareness around and kind of feeling that tend things of politics there was a lot of media discourse missionary work those campaign which was successfully was done by a young coalitions who started a Facebook campaign for the thing to camping on their campaigns he created a face face and she invited people to buy pink underwear and send it to the political leaders were supporting the right-wing fundamentalist movements it became violent hit wife file about in a lot of the that the 200 thousand pink panties which means some of them but also you some of them also contain many bodily excretions the which and made to the political people to grants to that in a fundamental part in order to make a point about what was extraordinary about it was that the entire campaign was envisioned by 1 person and was learned and you and Facebook but 1 of the she was able to harvest the entire system of networking of social networks of inhibiting people's dreams and communities and mobilize huge community of young people in India will be able to then make a significant intervention at a political level which was not possible before that in the case in that you know their traditional politics of women's movements of the left wing movements things to make an intervention with this very very late fall in reverence for different intervention the digital natives that able to produce something that has been tested on for India especially and but also for South Asia perhaps this was lost indication of how we need to start thinking of a notion of political engagement that while there are international stories about let's the questionable treated evolution in time and you really need to focus on what they think that new kinds of political formulations new kinds of political engagement are being made possible because of the young people in the presence and use of digital technology that's what shine again it was no longer politics and the view that this that it was no longer a campaign in terms of a street demonstration it was not a petition to the Governor it was not required for could I it was ahead on kind of problem which was in the immediate environment and it was believed that the fund which defines the joint and was able to mobilize and extort money number of people who were otherwise stated as he puts it to the political situation in the country right so this is the 1st story I wanted to give you off how to the question of you know parents just for fullness of clowning that people are able to do some very interesting things as an offshoot of the the pink began the light some very interesting 1 interesting campaigns 1 of them was called above the title Bob in the public was Hindi word forcefully it up so that the the right of the course thousands of thousands of women who came to the public and occupied them to make a point that this is the public space and they're going to clean it in any way possible right so it is required use and you know what sort of development sectors agency to mobilize the campaign but it happened and I on-line of 2nd story is from China they
the story about and that and you have seen beasts in China of PAC-Bayesian context in 2008 I think Wikipedia was banned in China for reasons why they want everybody talked about it on the back end the he was a belonging to this particular high-speed Internet service providers by but by the the largest Internet service providers in in China mainland China and the 1 of the key site which is caused by the media the Bible has been alive allowed in China because it changed it says it is completely in compliance with China's censorship policies about what candidate and online what can be articulated and what is the kind of information which will be available in the particular language of interestingly by the media also has a billion plagiarism mechanism that it takes the Wikipedia articles from the endowment of the censorship policy and then put it up on the bike predates online media of which was then supposed to be the safe side there was accused of vandalism but this wasn't vandalism in the traditional sense in done said it wasn't harming somebody that was labeled with the slender but a group of activists came together to create is 1 particular piece which is called the bin Laden obscene beasts of China what they did was they created an extraordinary profane language to talk of politics and of the government and certain things so that on article's familiar with Mandarin is the language but they can adjust land was someone was in linguistics and onset of mining has simplified maintenance forward so that the Lord has 4 too long and depending upon the dual the meaning of the word changes the state society mom ma ma ma therefore different meanings to the right so what is the people did was that the took of phonetic possibility and created this character was which basically states that extremely profane means 1 of the forest and the most popular 1 was quite astounding not from which if you think of the dataset and it is actually on 1 of the last course but if you speak out correctly the it's supposed to be with this challenge my it's it's it's means doing inappropriate things to your mother and yet so this time making basically this page is upon the use of these obscene features today and kind of go on and take up when everybody can relationship with the state government censorship the whole notion of Chinese harmony which allows them to create censorship online and so on and it went on to become 1 of the most popular spaces and place orders of resistance in Chinese blogosphere right now so that the last year when I was in China of for the amendments during the Chinese New year best-selling stuff so I was telling so that you have 6 and 7 it was that by the time you might to is in the mud glass costs go up but then there actually using it as a form of protest against the kind of impositions individually it seems that the Chinese government put on the internet usage right so if you start thinking about objects like the founding of is that's less that the political then the pink teddy can is so obviously in the domain of
intervention making you start utilizing that there is more to the parents and just pranksters that the
conditions of technology allows these people to become potentially politically engaged in these in which traditional politics is not usually is understanding but I can't imagine any civil society organizations and political organization trying to make an intervention by creating the vandalism within a particular space that it is the embedding also used the Internet using the circumstances that kind of allows him to to create a new form of digital technologies because of production and with different notions of political intervention now I speak quite a lot and I speak very fast simple will will be forced by what I want to show you is a shameless plug in intervention that some of my friends in Thailand in 2006 I was I was privileged to be a part of the project reading in Thailand in Bangkok to fight against questions of global warming 200 schoolkids kids came to the streets of Bangkok to them that and this is a generalization of
that in a talk about that we devote more after that who is with whom you assess Louise a lot of my head so long as have lot the back of the so on this side of the cell so that was are so far the time so all the way through on all there in it on can uh the a day you see thank you for coming I think the problem campaign because of global warming is a real issue with high it's smaller than its thinking almost every day you can see it's thinking that all government spent to more than 1 million US dollars now on trying to promote redness and global warming campaigns not too much effect so does anyone want to guess how much money was spent in making this particular can environment ontology you as well because we had to buy some cheap for to do should envision that evolution isn't a very good but the thing is that the person who the group of people who started this campaign that will this person was 16 years old they came together to mobilize their own people and just people in school is young schoolchildren and so on to come the streets of Bangkok and every Sunday to beg for of innocent until we can look at warming of the campaign is now being taken up by the by the Government of Ireland as a national campaign so that it invites now everybody who comes to Bangkok to come begging on the streets of since the campaign that Thailand has reduced the carbon footprint by 23 % in the years that some just trying to give you an idea of how and you the political engagement that there is a sort of thing about collaboration and mobilization which is not restricted to large numbers of people coming on the streets with demonstrations for for analysis and so on but then they various strategy use of technology which animals very young people to deal with the immediate crisis in the environment and they interestingly that it sometimes looks like games and you know it looks like a flash mob and it looks like different forms of entertainment it looks like they are embedded in a system that they have this interview and introducing doing things for fun and games but then there is a certain political potential which is embedded in the and that's the kind of work that we're doing is trying to raise awareness among the young people about the use of the technology and the ways in which they can indeed if they want to change the 1 I want to leave you with of 1 last story this is more pronounced international but and probably more popular in Europe and the familiar with Matt hiding yeah OK does anybody want to ask me who the hell is that highly unlikely a group exercise of the kind of thing I wanted to scream move ahead is that adding right Q 1 to 3 right it's like question no it's the wrong question the question to ask is where the hell is that how Matt hiding given nomadic dancer who goes from 1 city to another to dance with people he was 26 when he started his 1st campaign was based out of the US and his job was to make violent video games about the end of the war so he decided that instead of his job and that's what you want to do is do something about questions of universal brotherhood about opening the boundaries and quality of culture or society of politics and so on and so he decided to do its job and go dancing across the board In the 1st 3 years of his life of dancing life might had introduced the videos which became some of the most popular videos ever seen when you to and the videos when all this quality there the health is not hard he became extremely popular and so now he's now the plan invested for many things and was the conditional 1 of his produces a number of but not hiding basically has become an icon for the young people who want to talk about questions of peace questions of cultural exchange and questions of harmony without sounding cheesy in Budapest addition
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you with the question mark again about digital natives causes and causes the problems that we have
encountered when looking at popular discourse of digital natives on we presume that the digital images of going to make a difference but we do not understand the leaders are also a part of the team that there seems to be a certain dichotomy that is supposed to change toward the end of the we want them to change the world and that anything that did do outside of the is immediately looked upon with suspicion that there is a sort of a maybe it was eventually part of discourse of the social construction of loss that surrounds digital natives via the very standard views of talking about digital images and the loss of innocence about how our children growing up much faster than going along with really very innocent then you another that it's actually the for the groups working a somebody that replace it I don't know what you're doing but that there is there is a certain loss of innocence which is always is the politicians in technology the 2nd point is about something that has been the I don't know and underlining current throughout all the toxins is about questions of privacy that there is a loss of control in terms of what it is and it is due to the delays that they're they're not of available of the kind of implications about what they do in the digital world and so on there's also the question of loss of the source of ideology of values and so on and we want to try stop here and stop this matter to lost and look upon it as an entity will change that what is what is happening is that there is a sudden transition that the digital revolution of thinking in and that this transition is not necessarily a bad 1 that it is only then we knew from the vantage point of the 19 eighties and the 2 thousand so that you start thinking that that is something that along with the work the young people are not responding to the politics of the time it's really interesting but if you start looking at the movies in which they are trying to comprehend the notion of politics they're trying to to look at the column for example shift the value of the politics from political to the culture that they are engaging in certain kinds of cultural information and entertainment industries introduction in order to make a political point that seems to be numerical of digital natives was in 1 which is less than the and the 1 that I started with 1 more hoping that 1 day we can say that like everything that might not be hunky dory divorce to rate things might never be solved that they are supposed to be there is a growing generation whose the articulating of problems and the politics by using the technology is the familiar in extremely interesting ways so I'm going to stop here and go the question is
is that in the but we need reproduce digital images report which is now available for the fleet and road on this website which is the organization that I work on this is also my in religious if you want to write to me or where you are in a conversational devoted to do from thank you very much isn't this I don't really it's you again I've also call for all the other area that was close mostly come going go on I would like to have question to the audience here and the lightening I was looking also the question are you a
digital native in this audience so if you if you would also on the stage here who do I need to get there digital need to quite a lot of good and that the Microsoft yesterday we heard to other words digital residents and digital divide of young is that the point I wanted to ask you because I mean if you ask me if I would be a digital native I would say no but if I say I'm a digital residents that something else what do you think about those on 1 of the things that we we are trying to say is that we don't want to go into here speaking of categories which is use didn't settlers digital migrants digital dissidents it doesn't make a difference at the end of the day it is not about how long you been using technology but how familiar and comforting renewable acknowledge my 62 Europe grandmother blogs in which users of a natural language in which she has an I bought she carries a around here the for the block she is digitally to as far as I'm concerned that it is not about age and that it is not about a certain kind of democracy that marketing companies and their love for you which says that people between the ages of 18 and 25 is going to be digital natives because they're the ones who would to consume some of the most actually get know what you need to do a point is not how we didn't need use of people who are followed uses of technology but it need use of people whose lives have been
significantly transformed because of the presence of technologies so that is kind of large-scale argument that we're looking at because if we to look at the people who were 24 7 connected who are always on Facebook what reading were extremely politically that would be possibly is 0 . 0 2 % of the population in the world of something not written information society especially emerging information society that is a huge amount of people who are just to that life is their livelihoods their notions of politics and collaboration because of the presence of digital technologies and for us and every single person everybody who is significantly affected by technologies in different ways is a digital need because they're are not need using terms of 1 of its technologies but they need to use in terms that they have contextualized technologies for their own use environment right so that I would I would suggest that you want be those thank you I would suggest moving those corporate publishing lawyers mechanisms by which you want to segregate everybody into a demography and look at a much larger level people who want connected somebody I think that was earlier so this is about how the Internet is the connecting machine and no I think discharges stock about and they should it's something that the connecting machine and novel technology as a medium by these people are connected with each other and they the digital images and it was for them so there stories about India for example about people who live in slums model significantly affected by the information technologies and goes out of digital images for them but under any other questions all identical but I thought but this 1 more time I would like to question the economic value of digital natives school they there exists and how can they adapt to the networked information economy of jobs and they have a like cholera holiday season initially on economics is that some of the easier questions to answer conservative leaders of especially in the developing countries the state governments I've been since investing in integrating the amount of money in doing development infrastructure providing access later on so that India for example we have a Commission quantities in 2020 there by might a thousand 20 80 per cent of the Indian population will be connected by the Internet and will be online but that is a very simple and so I think there is something much more intricate because of local here which is to say that let's not think of technology as providing solutions and on and that's not presume that everybody needs equal access to technology that access to technology is not just material in terms of clicking on an Internet it is also experiential it is also at the level of imagination in some form or the other that led communities and people decide what are kinds of access the need for them themselves based on the I that the identified and that would so that there is a group of people who need access to technology in order to look at questions of likelihood then let them those those technologies from those with the angle that and inviting the Microsoft into the country and creating a global access protocol for the United Nations state I I I hope I'm trying to answer your question which is to say that there is much more to to economic and livelihood that that is also questions of entitlement of the legacies of of Haiti days of belonging of nationality and so on the general part of the digital native identities with that we do not want to simplify and will be the question of saying those who have access to the internet have better jobs it's not convinced show that so it's much better to have starts from the horrifying board grassroots to look at what people want from their own communities and at 1 point that and then what about infrastructure so that it makes sense in terms of what they're going to do with these technologies to the examples I was showing you what about people who identify what they want to do with technology and how the different mechanisms of infrastructure development put into place in order to do that different that's so this was particularly human
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Titel Digital Natives with a cause?
Serientitel re:publica 2010
Teil 34
Anzahl der Teile 60
Autor Shah, Nishant
Lizenz CC-Namensnennung - Weitergabe unter gleichen Bedingungen 3.0 Deutschland:
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DOI 10.5446/21811
Herausgeber re:publica
Erscheinungsjahr 2010
Sprache Englisch

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Fachgebiet Informatik
Abstract As a growing population in emerging Information Societies, particularly in Asia, experience a lifestyle mediated by digital technologies, there is also a correlated concern about the young digital natives constructing their identities and expressions through a world of incessant consumption, while remaining apathetic to the immediate political and social needs of their times. Governments, educators, civil society theorists and practitioners, have all expressed alarm at how the digital natives across the globe are so entrenched in practices of incessant consumption that they have a disconnect with the larger external reality and contained within digital deliriums. They discard the emergent communication and expression trends, mobilisation and participation platforms, and processes of cultural production as trivial or unimportant. Such a perspective is embedded in a non-changing view of the political landscape and do not take into account that the Digital Natives are engaging in practices which might not necessarily subscribe to the earlier notions of political revolution, but offer possibilities for great social transformation and participation. The oldest Digital Native in the world – if popular definitions of Digital Natives are accepted – turned 30 this year, whereas the youngest is not yet born. In the last three decades, a population has been growing up born in technologies, and mediated their sense of self and their interactions with external reality through digital and internet technologies. These interactions lead to significant transitions in the landscape of the social and political movements as the Digital Natives engage and innovate with new technologies to respond to crises in their local and immediate environments. However, more often than not, these experiments remain invisible to the mainstream discourses. The mechanics, aesthetics and manifestation of these localised and contextual practices hold the potentials for social transformation and political participation for the future. This presentation looks at three different case studies to look at how, through processes and productions which have largely been neglected as self indulgent or frivolous, Digital Natives around the world are actively participating in the politics of their times, and also changing the way in which we understand the political processes of mobilisation, participation and transformation.

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